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Granite Noir:

Mysteries of Life and Death

Chaired by Fiona Stalker

  • 26 Feb 2022
  • 8:00pm
  • Lemon Tree

Overview

Granite Noir: Mysteries of Life and Death

How do we die and what happens when we do? World-renowned forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black takes us on a journey of revelation from skull to feet and shows that each part of us has a tale to tell. Professor Andrew Doig’s This Mortal Coil is an entertaining work that looks at how death has changed over the past 10,000 years, and what this can tell us about the way different societies have lived.

Price

£9.50

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About the authors

Professor Dame Sue Black

Sue Black is an anatomist and a forensic anthropologist whose work has been recognised nationally and internationally particularly in the fields of war crimes investigations, mass fatality incidents and forensic casework.

Andrew Doig

Andrew Doig is Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Manchester. He studied Natural Science and Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, and Biochemistry at Stanford University Medical School. He became a lecturer in Manchester in 1994, where he has been ever since. His research is on computational biology, neuroscience, dementia, developmental biology and proteins. This Mortal Coil is his first book. 207 followers on Twitter

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